Chapter 3 - Chapter 3 Newton's 1st Law Object will remain...

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Chapter 3 Newton's 1st Law Object will remain in motion unless acted upon by outside force 2nd Law (Law of momentum) Body will accelerate in same direction as body pushing it Proportional to force applied Drag Induced Parasite Drag Skin Friction Interference Form Drag Lift Perpendicular to relative wind Regions of Command Refers to relationship of speed and power Normal command Reverse command Additional power is required to maintain slower airspeed Control of characteristics Normal Command Strong tendency to maintain trim airspeed Reverse Command Work tendency to maintain trim airspeed 727- Triple slotted flap Flaps Coefficient of lift flaps allow us to have a higher Vortex gernerators control air flowing over the wing Climbs Ability to climb is based non excess power or thrust it takes to maintain Turns Rate of turn Standard rate
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Airspeed/ 10 +5 Radius of turn Coordination of turn
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